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Take LIRR to 2014 New York Auto Show at Javits Center And Save Up To 30% on Train Fare & Show Admission

Get a Sneak Peak at the Auto Industry's Hottest New Cars.

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New York, NY - March 18, 2014 - Take MTA Long Island Rail Road to the 2014 New York International Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Convention Center from April 18-27 and save up to 30% on the regular price of round trip train travel and admission to the show.

This is the 114th annual Auto Show and the largest in North America where every year, car makers show off the best of their new models, some of the hottest cars and trucks ever displayed under one roof. That means more sneak peeks, more brand new production models and more concept vehicles than ever before. It's an event auto buffs will not want to miss.

Auto Show hours are Monday-Saturday 10 AM-10 PM and Sundays 10 AM - 7 PM (including Easter Sunday). Among the highlights of the show will be the display of antique cars from LeMay, America's Car Museum on, April 18th, 19th and 20th.

Save Up to 30% Savings
The LIRR/New York International Auto Show discount package includes LIRR off-peak round-trip rail fare and admission to Auto Show. Adults: $28 Zones 1-10, $39 Zones 12-14 Children: (5-11) $4.50 Seniors 65+ should check current regular admission and rail fare and compare with adult package price.

LIRR Commuter Savings
Railroad customers who use a monthly or weekly ticket can print out of a copy the LIRR/Auto Show web page and present it with a valid monthly or weekly train ticket at the Auto Show box office and save $3 off the regular adult $15 Auto Show admission.

For More Information
LIRR customers can find Auto Show information at or at the official Auto Show website or by calling 511, the New York State Travel Information line and say: Long Island Rail Road. If you are deaf or hard of hearing use your preferred relay service provider or the free 711 relay to reach the LIRR.